After realizing most of his memorabilia was gathering dust in a storage unit, former Royals great Bret Saberhagen decided to put it up for auction. Proceeds from the sale will go to his charitable foundation and his four children.
Royals fans will now be able to see James Shields face Justin Verlander on Thursday afternoon. To make up for Tuesday night's rainout in Detroit, Fox Sports Kansas City will televise Thursday's Royals game against the Tigers.
Sam Selman struggled for Class A Wilmington, but Jorge Bonifacio helped the Blue Rocks rally for the victory.
David Lough and Johnny Giavotella are on hot streaks and they helped Class AAA Omaha win at Nashville.
Boston's David Ortiz says F-word while addressing the Fenway Park crowd and it happened to be on live TV. But the FCC won't be seeking any penalties.
Bob Dutton, the Royals beat writer for The Star, is in the middle of the massive manhunt for the Boston Marathon bombing suspect. Dutton is in Cambridge, Mass., and with the entire area on lockdown, he has only been able to venture outside his Cambridge Marriott hotel for a brief time. There is no taxi service or other transportation available. He sends this account from Cambridge.
Here's what happened the minor leagues on Tuesday.
The roots of Thursday nights bench-clearing brawl between the Dodgers and Padres that left LA pitcher Zack Greinke with a broken left collarbone can be traced to Greinkes days with the Royals.
Royals designated hitter Billy Butler says his own barbecue sauce is now in stores.
Nick Tepesch, who went to Blue Springs High School and the University of Missouri, won in his major-league debut Tuesday with the Texas Rangers.
RHP Jeremy Guthrie starts for the Royals in their 7 p.m. game tonight against the Twins at Kauffman Stadium. RHP Mike Pelfrey starts for Minnesota.
Royals honored former players and current stars during their pregame ceremony in front of a packed Kauffman Stadium.
So you think you're a loyal Royals fan? Would you be willing to get "KC" inked on your neck to prove it? Didn't think so. Charlie Benn of Lee's Summit not only has KC tattooed on his neck, he has the other side inked as well with ... wait for it ... St. Louis.
Prior to winning the X Factor last year, Tate Stevens biggest venue for singing the national anthem was at a rodeo in Iowa. On Monday, Stevens will sing the anthem at a sold-out Kauffman Stadium prior to the Royals home opener against the Twins.
The Royals hit the field earlier than normal for batting practice as they prepared for today's home opener against the Twins at 3 p.m. Ned Yost met with the media in the dugout during BP and said he was ready to enjoy his own home opener. After a 3-3 start, he likes what he's seen so far from his team.